HELP US CHANGE THINGS FOR EVERY BODY
HELP US TRANSFORM THE LIVES OF THOUSANDS OF CANADIANS.
Together, we can make recovery a reality for every body.
It’s time to go big. This year, we aim to raise $200,000 in order to scale our clinical treatment programs. We have had overwhelming demand with over one thousand individuals reaching out for help. Time on a waitlist has a negative impact and has been shown to increase the duration and impact of an eating disorder 1. You can help us provide more treatment programs for more people so that no one has to wait for essential, timely care.
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WAYS TO GIVE
Become a monthly donor- Monthly donors are a vital part of making recovery accessible for all. We can provide tax receipts.
Give At Work– increase your impact by asking your employer to match your charitable contribution.
Shop our store- shop for a cause! Check out our jewelry and other items.
Set up a fundraiser on Facebook, give on your birthday, do a walk or include Body Brave on your wedding registry. The possibilities are endless! Help us transform the eating disorder landscape today.
Itching to get involved on the ground? Join our board or a committee, become an ambassdor or help us with everyday tasks like event setup and administration. We are a small team doing ALOT of work. Your help would mean so much!
A partnership with Body Brave means engaging in work that has real impact on the lives of thousands of Canadians.
ATTEND AN EVENT
Want to connect with us in person and meet others passionate about the cause? Attend one of our events!
Looking for a placement in a field where you can have a big impact? Professionals are desperately needed in the field. Join us at Body Brave for your student placement!
SUPPORT OUR PARTNERS
When you purchase products from our partners, a portion of each sale supports our cause.
1.The Butterfly Foundation, National Agenda for Eating Disorders 2017-2022
Bell, Lorraine, and Kathryn Newns. “What Factors Influence Failure to Engage in a Supervised Self-Help Programme for Bulimia Nervosa and Binge Eating Disorder?”, 2004, European Eating Disorders Review, vol. 12, no. 3, 2004, pp. 178–183., doi:10.1002/erv.554.